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Point P is in the interior of the equilateral triangle ABC. If AP = 7, BP = 5, and CP = 6, what is the area of ABC?

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Point P is in the interior of the equilateral triangle ABC. If AP = 7, BP = 5, and CP = 6, what is the area of ABC?

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posted Nov 11, 2020 by Vishal

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